Tag Archives: App

SLP Corner: More on Breathing

Source: Speech Techie] Breathing is an important tool that SLPs can employ in a variety of client populations. For our students with self-regulation difficulties, having tools they can use anywhere without disruption of the current situation they are in can … Continue reading

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App of the Week: Dr. Panda Train

[Source: Smart Apps for Kids] Bottom Line: What little kid hasn’t been fascinated by trains at one point or another? Dr. Panda Train can help satisfy your little one’s desire to be a conductor and ride the open rails. Help … Continue reading

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Researchers: App Screens For Autism With 94 Percent Accuracy

[Source:  Disability Scoop] A smartphone app could dramatically speed up the process of screening children for autism, potentially offering feedback in less than a minute. Using eye-tracking technology, researchers say that they can determine with nearly 94 percent accuracy if … Continue reading

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App of the Week: Monkey Spot!

[Source:  Speech Techie] Scavenger hunts make for great speech and language activities as they require students to work with categories, use descriptive language, problem solve (and therefore use critical language forms such as because, so, if/then) and work together. Monkey Spot … Continue reading

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Planting Seeds of Language/ Social Skills with the Dr Panda Veggie Garden App

[Source:  All4MyChild.com] I work with so many kids who need to work on expanding their expressive language and social skills so I am always on the look-out for new activities for motivation. Lately I have been hooked on the Dr … Continue reading

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